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how many chromosomes are visible at the beginning of mitosis?

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    46 individual and then they are duplicated. They then turn into chromatin

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    ^ If you are a human.

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    For any organism, it would be 2n (diploid) at the beginning of mitosis where n is one complete set of chromosomes.

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